Upcoming Courses & Events
Screen Skills Ireland offer a comprehensive range of courses across three key areas which you can filter using the search options below.
In this workshop we look at mentoring, how to manage this as part of your overall role and how, if done effectively it can have a positive impact on individuals and the industry as a whole. Things that we will cover are: What is mentoring and the impact it has How mentoring looks in your
Our four-day QQI Certified Level 6 Training Delivery & Evaluation training programme covers the nature of training, improving presentation and training skills, the trainer’s role, individual learning styles and best practice methods for evaluating training sessions. Self-directed learning and assessment work are required after the course to achieve QQI Accreditation. At the end of the
Screen Skills Ireland and the Irish Music Rights Organisation are seeking participants for “The Basic Principles of Storytelling on the Screen for Composers and Directors”, featuring guest speaker Greg Magee. This course will provide guidance to composers and creatives on: The Shapes of Stories What Defines a Plot Twist and Why They Are Necessary Character
In this interactive one-day course participants will get a good overview of how to integrate the practice of diversity and inclusion into the day-to-day learning processes of their working environment; and take decisions in an atmosphere of respect, trust and acceptance. Areas covered include; What is diversity & inclusion? Why do we need to be
Are you feeling a bit stuck? We’re all expected to come up with new ideas or ways of doing things. “Think outside the box”, we’re told – but how do you do it? The aim of this workshop is to give you a creativity toolkit to help you think laterally, generate and develop your ideas.
Unconscious Bias in the Workplace is an introduction to the concept of unconscious bias – the mental shortcuts our brains take to help us make decisions quickly. The course is aimed at raising awareness of how unconscious biases work, and how they can negatively influence workplace hiring and promoting decisions. Areas covered include: Understand the
Sales & distribution is often an afterthought in the filmmaking process, while it should be part of the development process from the very start. The better you know your market and your audience, the earlier you start engaging them, the more likely will you connect with your audience and the market agents, who help you
Market Ready is an intensive day’s programme that will prime producers for being best prepared and therefore achieve maximum results from attending a market. Film markets are the ideal place to extend your network, present your slate and seek partners, whether they be sales companies, distributors, financiers or co-production partners. This programme will allow producers